Emerging Democracies (Series)

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Autocrats Can't Always Get What They Want

State Institutions and Autonomy under Authoritarianism

Discovering why autocrats may not be in total control

Making Sense of the Arab State

Exploring the surprising strengths and weaknesses of the Arab state

State Institutions, Civic Associations, and Identity Demands

Regional Movements in Greater Southeast Asia

An in-depth look at why autonomy movements fail or succeed

None of the Above

Protest Voting in Latin American Democracies

How citizens casting an invalid vote still contribute to democracy

Seeds of Mobilization

The Authoritarian Roots of South Korea's Democracy

Examines the roles of industrialization and tertiary education in Korea’s nonlinear path to democracy

Lobbying the Autocrat

The Dynamics of Policy Advocacy in Nondemocracies

The surprising symbiosis between dictators and citizen lobbyists complicates our understanding of autocratic regimes

Ghosts in the Neighborhood

Why Japan Is Haunted by Its Past and Germany Is Not

Uneasy neighbors

Struggles for Political Change in the Arab World

Regimes, Oppositions, and External Actors after the Spring

Long-term effects of the Arab Spring

The Dictator's Dilemma at the Ballot Box

Electoral Manipulation, Economic Maneuvering, and Political Order in Autocracies

Dictators don't dance

The Dictator's Dilemma at the Ballot Box

Electoral Manipulation, Economic Maneuvering, and Political Order in Autocracies

Dictators don't dance

Opposing Power

Building Opposition Alliances in Electoral Autocracies

Why Opposition Parties Use Alliances to Fight Autocracy, and When They Don't

The Development of Political Institutions

Power, Legitimacy, Democracy

Human motivation and historical influence in political development

Aid Imperium

United States Foreign Policy and Human Rights in Post-Cold War Southeast Asia

How US foreign policy affects state repression

Opposing Democracy in the Digital Age

The Yellow Shirts in Thailand

Democracy and Its Discontents

Normalizing Corruption

Failures of Accountability in Ukraine

Accountability and corruption in Ukraine

Economic Shocks and Authoritarian Stability

Duration, Financial Control, and Institutions

What topples a statue?

Electoral Reform and the Fate of New Democracies

Lessons from the Indonesian Case

How elites influenced major electoral reform in the emerging democracy of Indonesia

Campaigns and Voters in Developing Democracies

Argentina in Comparative Perspective

The 2015 Argentine election shows how voting decisions vary across developing democracies